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post #18 of Old 10-06-2007
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hello, after a quick search on dielectric grease I agree the never-seize is a much better choice....the dielectric being "non conductive"

From Permatex.....
Permatex Dielectric Grease is a silicone dielectric compound used to insulate, lubricate and protect electrical fittings. It protects against salt, dirt, moisture intrusion and stray current in electrical connections. Dielectric grease extends bulb and housing life of navigation lights, masthead electrical connections, trailer lighting and harness or any electric connections exposed to moisture and the elements. Prevents voltage leakage around any electrical connector thereby insuring a strong spark in high energy engine ignition systems.
  • Marine lights, navigational lights, Bulb bases
  • Battery terminals
  • Spark plug boots
  • Ignition coil connectors
  • Trailer lights, connectors and auto headlamps
The compound is an excellent lubricant on rubber, plastic and ceramic surfaces and it also has good high temperature properties, thus preventing fusing of connections.
BRAND: Permatex
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